Welcome to PlymouthLights.com!
This is the online home of Christmas at the Fischer’s Place — the annual Christmas lighting display of Tim and Cathy Fischer and family. We are located in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota in the city of Plymouth.
Our display runs each December, and features lights synchronized to music through computer-controlled programming and songs broadcast over an FM frequency (103.3) so you can watch the display in the warmth of your car as you enjoy the light show. Before you come out, please read our display etiquette page to help everyone, including our neighbors, enjoy the season. Display runs through Dec 31, 5:30-9:30 Sunday-Thursday, and 5:30-10:00 Friday-Sat nights. No display on December 24.
We were (to the best of our knowledge) the first in the Twin Cities area to have a “light show” concept of animated lights synchronized to music, and we’ve been doing it every year since 2003 (and a number of years before that with static lights too).
Over the years quite a few animated Christmas light displays have popped up, but we think that ours is pretty unique, in that you’ll find displays dating back nearly 50 years in some cases combined with plenty of things we built ourselves over the years, combined with the some of the highest tech lighting and software equipment available. But most of all, we’re a family that’s pretty crazy about the whole Christmas season and we try to spread that cheer to others who come see the display.
For more technical information on how everything works, check out all the pages on this site. Some of the information goes back a couple of decades, but keep reading and you’ll learn a lot about how the display was built up over the years.
For the latest information about our display, please ‘like’ us at our facebook page: facebook.com/PlymouthLights.